Nkack Village: Health Center Dream come To Pass

The population of Nkack village, a locality in Kupe-Muanenguba Division of the South West Region has officially received a Health Center constructed for the community by the Abwe Diabe Family.


The handover was done in Nkack village on Sunday December 27th 2015, after a thanks giving service held at PC Muebah Nninong, and officiated on behalf of the moderator of the PCC by Rev Mokoko Thomas, communication secretary of the PCC. During his sermon, the man of God called on the entire congregation and inhabitants of Nkack to join the Abwe Diabe family in thanking God for the completion of the health center.


After church service, the congregation processed to the health center, where the Director General of Premier Medical Mr. Ebung Chrys made an official donation of a Bionocular Microscope which he offered to the health center on behalf of the staff of Premier Medical. The Hand over then proceeded with Mr. Abwe Diabe officially handing the keys of the health center to the president of Nkack Cultural Development (NKACUDEM) Sango Dominic Sonewa.


The Daniel “Batiston” mother and child ward Nkack health center as it is named, will serve the health needs of Nkack, Muebah, Ebonemin and Epenebel/Muanjeken communities. It should be recalled that the first step to this landmark project in Nkack started on January 3rd 2014, when under the spiritual guidance of the then moderator of the PCC Right Rev Dr. Festus Asana and the Synod clerk Rev Abwenzoh, assembled with inhabitants of Knack at the side allocated for the health center purpose, to give thanks to God.

What was officially belt in the minds of the villagers after the blessings of the moderator, has officially been erected at the site to serve the purpose for which it is intended.

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